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Unit 2 Lessons 6

5 ATHENA Unit 2 Lessons 6 Timelinks

vocabulary worddefinitionexample
rally a person, group, o nation unitied with another to in order to do something The United States was an ally to England during World War I.
coureurs de bois people in New France who trapped furs without permission from the French government The coureurs de bois had to be careful not to be caught while trapping.
export to send goods to another country for sale or use The excess grain was exported to Mexico.
import to bring goods from another country for sale or use Foods that cannot be grown in the United States must be imported.
voyageur a trader who transported furs by canoe in new France The trapping permit enabled Jaques to become a voyageur.
cash crop a crop that is grown to be sold for a profit The farmer earned his living growing cotton as a cash crop.
Created by: bgagnon